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Introducing our new Section 321 program for the CaliBaja region! E-commerce is thriving in the CaliBaja region and we want you to be a part of it. If you would like to be in the list of Section 321 providers, please contact us and we can add you. This video is proudly sponsored by the City of San Diego.

The Chaparral port in San Ysidro is set to integrate the advanced RAPISCAN vehicle gantry system. RAPISCAN, a security, and screening solutions company, specializing in services for both government and private enterprises, is spearheading the project. 6 initial gantries will feature cutting-edge Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) technology. This technology enhances the inspection process without ...

Potholes? Weeds? Items on the sidewalk? If you see a pothole, weeds on medians, items on City streets, please help us report them through the City of San Diego Get it Done App. It’s very simple. If you can, send us the report and we will follow up with Councilwoman Vivian Moreno’s office to make sure they are addressed. Just email us the report to at

Check out the latest FY2023 trade numbers for San Diego.

The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) and the Trade Compliance (TC) program 3.0 Portal Deployment has been delayed.

The San Diego Air Pollution District (APCD) is exploring establishing a measure similar to the South Coast Air Quality Management District in San Diego County, which would have major impacts for warehouses. The proposal would require warehouses to develop a series of measures to mitigate pollution or pay a fine. A working group for this project was created this week and the Otay Mesa Chamber is ...

Here is our recap from the Advanced Clean Fleet (ACF, known as Zero Emission) Event with CARB coupled with new info from CARB webinars:

SDAPCD will be conducting a public hearing on June 8, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., before the San Diego County Air Pollution Control District Governing Board for the purpose of receiving public comments on an update on strategies and options under consideration to reduce indirect source emissions from warehouses, distribution centers, and ports in San Diego County.

This week, along with our partners, the San Diego Regional Chamber, CCE and CANACAR, we developed several action items for the Mexican government to assist in the Zero Emission transition process for heavy duty vehicles. The action items were sent to Ambassador Esteban Moctezuma since he graciously offered his assistance in elevating this important issue.

The California Air Resources Board approved the "Advanced Clean Fleet Regulations” last week. This massive regulation is meant to transition heavy duty trucks to zero emission by 2035. Unfortunately, transition steps start as early as next January and this massive effort was not done collaboratively with unique players, such as cross-border trade stakeholders. While the Chamber met several times ...